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We may share non-personal statistics data about our website visitors' traffic patterns with partners or other parties. However, we do not sell or share any information about individual users.
Google Analytics shows us how visitors find and use our website, which helps us to make informed site design and content decisions, with the aim of improving the site experience for visitors. The anonymous data is gathered by cookies, set on the visitor's computer on entering our website. There is nothing unusual in this, as the majority of websites use this tracking technology, either from Google or another provider. The Google Analytics cookies are listed below:
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_utmb (expires after 30 minutes of inactivity)
_utmc (expires when the browser is closed)
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ASP.NET_SessionId Core functionality, expires 20 minutes of inactivity
Twitter cookies. The code provided by Twitter to include Twitter functionality on our website does by default set cookies. You can see more about their cookies on http://twitter.com/privacy
guest_id (expires after 2 years).